ember-tsparticles

1.0.0 • Public • Published

ember-tsparticles

An Ember.js component for using tsParticles. Easily create highly customizable JavaScript particles effects, confetti explosions and fireworks animations and use them as animated backgrounds for your website.

Compatibility

  • Ember.js v3.28 or above
  • Ember CLI v3.28 or above
  • Node.js v14 or above

Installation

npm install ember-tsparticles
# or
yarn add ember-tsparticles
# or
pnpm install ember-tsparticles
# or
ember install ember-tsparticles

Usage

For the most basic usage of the component you can pass a configuration object via the options argument and initialize the tsparticles features you need in the particlesInit callback.

By default tsparticles doesn't load any extensions required to render particles. Extensions can be loaded on a granular level which has the benefit that only what is required is loaded, but to start out it can be useful to load all options via the loadFull function of tsparticles.

For the configuration object API documentation, see the tsparticles repository.

npm install tsparticles
<Particles
  @options={{this.options}}
  @particlesInit={{this.particlesInit}}
/>
import { Component } from '@glimmer/component';
import { loadFull } from 'tsparticles';

export default class ExampleComponent extends Component {
  options = {
    particles: {
      color: {
        value: '#000',
      },
      links: {
        enable: true,
        color: '#000',
      },
      move: {
        enable: true,
      },
    },
  };

  async particlesInit(engine) {
    await loadFull(engine);
  }
}

ExampleComponent

Using presets

Presets are offered by tsparticles which allow to use premade configuration objects. Refer to the presets section in the tsparticles repository to view all existing presets.

npm install tsparticles-preset-confetti
<Particles
  @options={{hash preset='confetti'}}
  @particlesInit={{this.loadPreset}}
/>
import { Component } from '@glimmer/component';
import { loadConfettiPreset } from 'tsparticles-preset-confetti';

export default class ConfettiComponent extends Component {
  async loadPreset(engine) {
    await loadConfettiPreset(engine);
  }
}

ConfettiComponent

Loading options from an URL

Options can also be passed via link with the url argument. These will be fetched once the component renders.

<Particles
  @url={{'http://foo.bar/particles.json'}}
  @particlesInit={{this.particlesInit}}
/>
import { Component } from '@glimmer/component';
import { loadFull } from 'tsparticles';

export default class ExampleComponent extends Component {
  async particlesInit(engine) {
    await loadFull(engine);
  }
}

Particles loaded callback

Further customization to the tsparticles container can be done by using the particlesLoaded callback argument. This callback passes the container instance for that particular component.

<Particles
  @url={{'http://foo.bar/particles.json'}}
  @particlesInit={{this.particlesInit}}
  @particlesLoaded={{this.loadedCallback}}
/>
import { Component } from '@glimmer/component';
import { loadFull } from 'tsparticles';

export default class ExampleComponent extends Component {
  async particlesInit(engine) {
    await loadFull(engine);
  }

  loadedCallback(container) {
    console.log(
      'A callback function can be passed which triggers when the particles are loaded',
      container
    );
  }
}

Contributing

See the Contributing guide for details.

License

This project is licensed under the MIT License.

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